|Place of Origin:
|OEM & ODM
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|0.08 USD -0.268 USD
|PE bags +Strong box+Pallet Wrapped by Stretch Film
|D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram,paypal
|100000 PCS 20 Days
|Brown Kraft Paper+PLA
|28g, 70g, 100g, 250g, 500g, 1kg
|Brown Kraft Paper
PLA Compostable Stand Up Pouches,
500g Zip Lock Mylar Bags,
1kg Zip Lock Mylar Bags
PLA Compostable Pouch Stand Up Bag Mylar Food Bags with Ziplock in Stock
Our compostable pouches in stock are made of Kraft paper and has an inner PLA lining created from plant-based material. Food Safe and heat sealable. World Centric compostable bags are now certified by Vincotte as suitable for home composting. Vicotte's "OK Compost Home" guarantees biodegradation in your backyard or garden compost heap.
Whether you are new to custom printed packaging or a seasoned pro you may have a few questions about our products and process.
Q: Will compostable plastics break down?
Compostable bio-plastics will break down into soil unlike traditional plastics which last for hundreds of years. Most compostable plastics are intended to be composted in an industrial or commercial composting system, and may take much longer to break down under normal, at-home conditions. It’s also possible that the bag will take much long to break down with your product in it — depending on what your product is.
Q: Are compostable plastic bags freezer safe?
Yes, compostable plastic bags can be stored in the freezer.
Q: Are compostable plastic bags good for heated food?
Yes, compostable plastic bags can withstand food up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit.
Q: Can you tell the difference between compostable plastic and regular plastic?
No, compostable plastic and regular plastic look and feel the same.
Q: What are compostable bags made from?
Compostable plastics are generally made from a raw material such as corn, sugar cane and starch made from (PLA) polylactic acid. Currently, the most common raw material uses in PLA is field corn, although other plant sources are being developed. Polylactic acid (PLA) is one of the primary alternatives to traditional oil-based plastics. Polylactic acid is highly popular as a plant-based polymer (a bio-plastic) because its general performance characteristics are similar to many non-compostable polymers and can be processed in similar ways. There are some distinct performance trade-offs that must be considered when using polylactic acid as a laminate element in flexible barrier packaging, but with continued technological advancements many of these limitations are being overcome. Below is a example of a bio-plastic bottle disintegrating under composting condition.
Q: How are compostable plastics like PLA made?
Polylactic Acid is principally made through two different processes —condensation and polymerization. The most common polymerization technique is known as ring-opening polymerization. This is a process that utilizes metal catalysts in combination with lactide to create the larger polylactic acid molecules. The condensation process is similar with the principal
|PLA Compostable Pouch Stand Up Bag Mylar Food Bags with Ziplock in Stock
|Stand up pouch
|Water based ink
|1000 Piece each size
|Snack, milk powder, beverage power, nuts, dried food, dried fruit,
Seeds, coffee, sugar, spice, bread, tea, herbal, wheat, washing powder, salt, pet food, candy, rice etc.
|The next work day after receiving payment
Why choose BN Packaging
Using solvent-free lamination to make sure food safety for food packaging pouches
Custom design starting from 500pcs
Short lead time: 7 work days by digital print, 20 work days by gravure print
GMP and Dust-free workshop
Manufacturer with 18 year's expereince
Contact Person: Annie Xiong